College Park, MD: A Smart Place to Live
March 8, 2015
College Park is more than just home to the University of Maryland. The apartments in College Park, Maryland provide their residents access to one of the smartest places to live.
To be smart, is to be always evolving, and with a mission to “enhance the quality of life for everyone who lives, raises a family, visits, works, and learns,” this City proves to be evolutionary.
Here is a list of the Top 4 Ways the City of College Park establishes itself as a smart place to live:
- Transportation and Location: Just seven miles outside of Washington, DC, College Park lends itself easy access to major commuting routes such as I-95, 495 and U.S. Route 1. With two Metro stations, two MARC stations and three separate bus systems, Metro Bus, The Bus and the Shuttle-UM, taking public transportation becomes a breeze.
- Shopping and Dining: With over 60 shopping retailers and over 90 dining establishments, locals have the means to make the most sensible shopping or dining decisions because there are so many options.
- Entertainment: This City offers an assortment of engaging activities that include: attending a football game at Byrd Stadium, watching a performance at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center or exploring the Bike Trails. With options like these, there is always something fun to do.
- Employment: College Park residents have access to a wide-variety of employment opportunities. With companies such as Brigham Young University, Primerica, University of Maryland, Mondo, GMR Marketing and American Institute of Physics, all located in the College Park area, there is sure to be the perfect job opportunity for you.
A diverse population of professionals, students and families are already proud to call their ROSS apartments in College Park “home.” Take a tour of one of our three College Park communities, and discover how easy it is to join them. Because you don’t need a college degree to see how ROSS Management Services has made College Park the area’s smartest place to live.